Ph: 02 6041 1977 Email: [email protected] 645 Olive Street Albury 2640

About Us


Our Vision is to create a safe place for women to use as "their" space.

Women’s Centre For Health And Well Being Albury-Wodonga Inc Seating Outside

Purpose and Guiding Principles

The Women’s Centre provides support for women by women.

Through feminist action we:

  • Believe women do great things
  • Celebrate their achievements
  • Are inclusive
  • Encourage women to stand tall in the world
  • Share knowledge and opportunities
  • Challenge behavior that diminishes women
  • Recognize and value difference
  • Encourage women to make informed choices
  • Involve the community in these aims


The Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing (Albury-Wodonga) Inc. is a accredited, community based non-government funded organisation.


We are funded through:

NSW Ministry of Health, Murrumbidgee Local Health District

Department of Human Services Victoria,



We work in partnership with:

Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia

Albury Community Health NSW

Good Shepherd Microfinance & NAB


We auspice:

The Southern Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program funded by Legal Aid NSW

Current Staff – Women’s Centre for Health & Wellbeing

  • CEO - Lila Beamish
  • Administration and Reception - Carol Clearwater
  • Finance - Joanna Spiers

Women's Health:

  • Generalist and Domestic Violence Counsellor - Rachel Seath
  • Health Promotion Worker / Intake and Assessment - Margie Tickner
  • NILS worker - Margie Tickner


  • Service Coordinator - Robyn Mortlock
  • Assistant Coordinator - Eve Royle-Mathews
  • Safety Action Meeting Coordinator - Rebecca Adams
  • Intake & Referral Officers - Jennifer Klemm and Susie Geering
  • Court Advocacy Worker (based in Deniliquin)- Elizabeth Barker

No Positions Vacant.

Board of Management – 2017-18

  • Chairperson - Teresa Harrington
  • Vice Chairperson - Maria Dore
  • Secretary - Caroline Mirtschin 
  • Treasurer - Alison Nikitas
  • Public Officer - Lil Beamish
  • Members - Jacqueline Sutherland, Beth Simpson, Jennifer Manwaring, Rebeca Jhonston & Carolyn Enshaw
Murrumbidgee Health